SA Film Corporation

Made in SA Showcase

The Made in SA Showcase is an informative resource, detailing the variety of SAFC supported feature film, television, multi-media and documentary productions produced in SA since 2010. A selection of recent productions is shown below.  Choose a filter to see more.

For a quick look at SAFC productions since 1974,  view our 40th anniversary Showreel here.

 

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FEATURE FILM


Alexandra's Project

ALEXANDRA'S PROJECT

2002
Vertigo Productions
Producer: Domenico Procacci, Rolf de Heer, Julie Ryan
Director: Rolf de Heer

A controversial and provocative adult drama about a relationship gone off the rails.

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Black and White

BLACK AND WHITE

2002
Duo Art Productions
Producer: Helen Leake, Nik Powell
Director: Craig Lahiff

Based on a real-life courtroom drama in Adelaide that went as far as the Privy Council in London, Black and White tells of how two young lawyers embark on a battle to save alleged murderer Max Stuart in a case that has far-reaching consequences, both for themselves and Australian society of the 1950s.

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The 13th House

THE 13TH HOUSE

2002
Smoking Gun Productions
Producer: Kristian Moliere
Director: Shane McNeil

A surreal, Kafkaesque thriller about workplace horror, which follows a young intern's dangerous climb up the corporate ladder.

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The Honourable Wally Norman

THE HONOURABLE WALLY NORMAN

2002
Wally Productions Pty Ltd
Producer: Jonathan Shteinman
Director: Ted Emery

The story of a humble meatworker who is accidentally nominated for Federal Parliament.

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DOCUMENTARY


Paradise Bent

PARADISE BENT

2002
Re-Angle Pictures
Producer: Heather Croall and Alison Elder
Director: Heather Croall

Boys will be Girls in Samoa is a one hour documentary for television that explores the layers of conflict and contradiction in the fa'afafine culture of Samoa.


We Of Little Voice

WE OF LITTLE VOICE

2002
Re-Angle Pictures
Producer: Heather Croall
Director: Peter Hodgson

British atomic bombs in the 1950s decimated Aboriginal nations in central Australia, leaving survivors blind and their land poisoned. They remember and speak out against further desecration from uranium mining and nuclear waste dumping.